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“EveryDay Life” MG Hardie’s first book gives readers plenty of music, euphemisms, high-minded ideas, fist bumps, and things to talk about in a hilarious fight the power work about everything. (978-1-60594-036-6), ($11.95). In Stores Now
MG Hardie a natural born poet is the eldest son of impoverished parents publishes EveryDay Life. EveryDay Life contains honest debates on politics, racism, history, race, sex, war, religion, the media, the economy, drugs, and other forms of debauchery. Hardie, through EveryDay Life, manages to drop what is most likely the most potent verse in Hip-Hop history. EveryDay Life is the most important piece of Black Literature since Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the sun” and just as important to hip-hop as The Sugarhill Gang’s "Rapper’s Delight".
EveryDay Life looks at America’s accolades such as, The victory at Midway, The Cold War success, First successful airplane, Largest economy in the world, First nuclear weapon, First to land a man on the Moon. EveryDay Life notes that these and many more accomplishments by The United States of America must be viewed as A.S. or After Slavery. You don’t think that you are prejudice; EveryDay Life challenges you to think again, you might learn something.
This 5 Star book begins with an urban setting and two roommates, but then it “Cuts” and “Scratches” its way through the oversexed, honest, verbally charged, and often humorous lives of the "disenfranchised." While on this journey the reader is treated to a nostalgic romp through the 90's. In the midst of graffiting the landscape with curse words, gunshots, made-up adjectives, and police arrests the characters openly discuss topics from immigration, taxes, media agendas, slavery, foreign policy, or just being a black man in America. These intelligent characters sound-off on a great many topics including “Whether or not a black man will ever be accepted as President of the United States.” EveryDay Life unabashedly asserts that America’s last bastion for truth is-- the ghetto.
The passionate Hardie not so simply put is an offspring of the original people, a son, a father, a brother, a humorist, a lover of words, and a throw back to the 80. He is a risk taker, a creator of red, black and green words that do drive-bys on red, white and blue ones. “EveryDay Life is gritty, urban and Hip-Hop through and through.” says Hardie. Never before has an author made questioning society as entertaining as it is in this new contemporary piece of literature. Hardie provides the reader with enough social dialogue to last decades. EveryDay Life is far more than the typical “From Hood ta Good” urban street lit. EveryDay Life is not about Hip Hop; EveryDay Life is Hip Hop. EveryDay Life’s b-boy stance effectively adds a fifth element to Hip-Hop... Literature